Civil Rights on Film

THE CHANGING ROLES OF AFRICAN AMERICANS IN CINEMA (1967-2017) Introduction Films as historical sources can be valuable to garner not only factual information about a certain period, but also, they can be valuable in showing how the Civil Rights Movement has been remembered and interpreted over time. This dissertation will explore and challenge the ways… Continue reading Civil Rights on Film

Henry Black’s Chill Voices

Music has played such an important part in my life. It soothes me when I'm tired. Energises me when I want to party. Heals me when I'm damaged. It helps me focus when I need to write. So, I thought I would put together a playlist of my absolute favourite voices of all time that… Continue reading Henry Black’s Chill Voices

TV Review: Abstract – Art of Design

Looking for a show to watch on Netflix? Interested in design? Try Abstract: The Art of Design. “A FASCINATING WATCH” Each episode focusses on a different element of design, so if you have an interest in any field of design, you’ll find something for you. However, I think you’ll want to watch the whole series… Continue reading TV Review: Abstract – Art of Design

Film Review: The Shape of Water

I would like to open this review by admitting that it will be incredibly biased, I love the works of Guillermo del Toro, even since I saw Pan’s Labyrinth not too long after it came out. The Shape of Water was no disappointment. All of the characters were interesting and fleshed out, even minor ones.… Continue reading Film Review: The Shape of Water

Film Review: 1917

What a stunning film. That is all I can say. After watching 1917, directed by Sam Mendes, I was in a state of absolute shock. It was one of those moments where the lights in the cinema slowly lit the perplexed faces of the audience. Not a single person moved. Utter silence fell across the… Continue reading Film Review: 1917

Indie Authors of the Month: January 2020

Hi everyone! I am starting a new monthly tradition. I am going to support my fellow indie writers and share ten of their books on the last day of every month! Let's start shall we! Dean Cole - His Boy: A Gay Romantic Comedy 'A darkly comic look at love, death, dysfunctional family, emotional… Continue reading Indie Authors of the Month: January 2020

Film Review: Jojo Rabbit

Hi everyone! I have been to the cinema a lot recently. One of my favourite films that I went to see was Jojo Rabbit. Directed by Taika Waititi, Jojo Rabbit tells the story of a young Hitler Youth, Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis), and his imaginary friend Hitler (Taika Waititi). Jojo soon discovers that his mother… Continue reading Film Review: Jojo Rabbit